Top 10 Highest Individual Score in Asia Cup History

Top 10 Highest Individual Score in Asia Cup History

The Asia Cup, a thrilling battleground for cricket’s elite, has played host to a tapestry of unforgettable moments. The essence of the tournament lies in the monumental performances that have illuminated its history. These performances not only define the player’s skill but also resonate with fans, etching memories that stand the test of time.

Highest Individual Score in Asia Cup History

In this comprehensive article, we delve deep into the remarkable world of Asia Cup cricket, celebrating awe-inspiring innings that have etched themselves into history books. These monumental performances not only encapsulate the essence of the tournament but also showcase the impact of exceptional individual brilliance.

 

1) Virat Kohli – 183

Virat Kohli’s 183 runs against Pakistan is the highest individual score in the history of the Cricket Asia Cup. In a display of sheer dominance, Kohli’s innings left an indelible mark on the cricketing world. His composed 148-ball knock, featuring 22 boundaries and a solitary six, showcased his ability to control the game’s tempo. The Mirpur ground was witness to this unforgettable display on March 18, 2012.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
V Kohli 183 148 22 1 123.64 India Pakistan

 

 

2) Younis Khan – 144

Younis Khan’s elegance came to the fore with his majestic 144 runs against Hong Kong. His 122-ball innings displayed a delicate balance between technique and aggression. This inning, featuring 8 fours and 3 sixes, not only added runs to the scoreboard but also captured the hearts of fans. The Colombo (SSC) pitch witnessed this graceful display on July 18, 2004.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
Younis Khan 144 122 8 3 118.03 Pakistan Hong Kong

 

 

3) Mushfiqur Rahim – 144

Mushfiqur Rahim’s heroic 144 against Sri Lanka showcased his tenacity and skill. The Dubai (DSC) ground witnessed his 150-ball innings, studded with 11 boundaries and 4 sixes. This innings symbolized Rahim’s commitment to steering his team to glory. On September 15, 2018, he etched his name in Asia Cup history.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
Mushfiqur Rahim 144 150 11 4 96.00 Bangladesh Sri Lanka

 

 

4) Shoaib Malik’s Resilient – 143

Shoaib Malik’s resilient knock of 143 against India stands as a testament to his prowess. His 127-ball innings, featuring 18 boundaries and a single six, was a blend of calculated aggression. The Colombo (RPS) crowd bore witness to this remarkable display on July 25, 2004.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
Shoaib Malik 143 127 18 1 112.59 Pakistan India

 

 

5) Virat Kohli – 136

Virat Kohli’s consistency shone through once again with his prolific 136 against Bangladesh. This 122-ball innings, boasting 16 boundaries and 2 sixes, underlined his ability to construct innings with precision. The Fatullah ground saw this masterclass on February 26, 2014.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
Virat Kohli 136 122 16 2 111.47 India Bangladesh

 

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6) Sourav Ganguly – 135*

Sourav Ganguly’s unbeaten 135* against Bangladesh was a captivating blend of elegance and aggression. His 124-ball innings featured 6 boundaries and 7 towering sixes, showcasing his ability to dictate terms. The Dhaka arena was witness to this iconic innings on May 30, 2000.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
SC Ganguly 135* 124 6 7 108.87 India Bangladesh

 

 

7) Aravinda Ranatunga – 131*

Aravinda Ranatunga’s commanding 131* against India symbolized his dominance on the cricket field. His 152-ball innings, punctuated by 17 boundaries, was a masterclass in pacing an innings. The Colombo (RPS) crowd erupted with delight on July 18, 1997, as Ranatunga displayed his batting prowess.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
A Ranatunga 131* 152 17 86.18 Sri Lanka India

 

 

8) Sanath Jayasuriya – 130

Sanath Jayasuriya’s explosive batting left an indelible mark on the Asia Cup. His 130 against India, crafted from 132 balls with 14 boundaries and 1 six, exemplified his ability to provide a fiery start. The Colombo (RPS) ground was alight with excitement on July 27, 2004.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
ST Jayasuriya 130 132 14 1 98.48 Sri Lanka India

 

 

9) Sanath Jayasuriya – 130

In 2008, Sanath Jayasuriya replicated this explosiveness against Bangladesh in Karachi, smashing 130 off 88 balls with 16 boundaries and 6 sixes.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
ST Jayasuriya 130 88 16 6 147.72 Sri Lanka Bangladesh

 

 

10) Shikhar Dhawan – 127

Shikhar Dhawan’s brilliance against Hong Kong showcased his dominance. His 120-ball 127, featuring 15 boundaries and 2 sixes, was a testament to his stroke play. The Dubai (DSC) crowd reveled in his innings on September 18, 2018.

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Team Opposition
S Dhawan 127 120 15 2 105.83 India Hong Kong

 

 

Conclusion

These remarkable innings stand as a testament to the extraordinary feats achieved in the Asia Cup’s history. Each run scored, each boundary struck, and each six launched resonate with the tournament’s legacy.

These performances embody the spirit of cricket, inspiring fans and leaving a profound impact on the game’s narrative. As cricket enthusiasts, we relish these moments and eagerly anticipate the emergence of new heroes in the captivating journey of the Asia Cup.

 


 

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